We’re here to help you gear up for 2020, with a collection of our most recent lookahead coverage. And, because we published more than 500 articles in 2019, we’d understand if you missed a few things. So, we’ve thrown in a few collections of key coverage: climate change, militancy in Africa, and how counter-terror legislation is tripping up aid work across the globe.
What we’re watching in 2020
Keep a close eye on these topics over the next 12 months. Here’s why.
From the ‘greening’ of relief work to ensuring that data doesn’t turn deadly: here’s our take on the issues that will help shape humanitarian response this year.
What do humanitarians across the sector hope for in 2020?
2019 in Review
Disaster extremes, new signs of climate migration, and building back worse: a selection of our reporting on the climate issues and threats that tested the aid sector in 2019.
Violent jihadism gained ground in 2019 from the Sahel to Lake Chad to northern Mozambique. It could get worse next year.
Aid groups say measures to stop aid being stolen have gone too far and are blocking help from reaching those who need it. And it’s getting worse.
A month-by-month look at the events and trends that made headlines in 2019.
Dipoles, data, and blunders in UN investigations: all this and more caught your eye in the past year.
Your favourite stories made our most popular list, but which were ours and why?